PADI Technical Diver - Tec Gas Blender Course
Blend Enriched Air Nitrox and Trimix with the PADI Tec Gas Blender Course!
The PADI Tec Gas Blender Course
The PADI Enriched Air Diver course has become one of PADI's most popular diver training courses, and globally Enriched Air or Nitrox diving has become a mainstay off recreational diving with most divers opting to use Enriched Air Nitrox whenever they do slightly deeper diving, multi day holiday diving or simply wish to extend their dive time! Combine this with the increase in Technical and Trimix Diving and its easy to see there is more demand for Tec Gas Blenders to mix and fill Enriched Air Nitrox and Trimix cylinders.
The PADI Tec Gas Blender course teaches you to blend Enriched Air Nitrox and helium-blend gases, Trimix, using one or more blending methods. Being the Gas Blender is a key job at a busy PADI Dive Centre or Resort and your work allows other divers to do what they love to do – go scuba diving.
Ideal for Instructors and PADI DIvemasters who are trying to increase their skill set and add to their usability in a Dive Centre or for Enriched AIr Divers with an interest to find out more about Bledning ENriched Air, the PADI Tec Gas Blender course is a way to achieve all this easily!
The course is a 1 day course, including all the aspects of blending, oxygen usage and safety.
Who Can Become A PADI Tec Gas Blender:
- Prerequisite Qualifications: Enriched Air Diver (Or Equivilent)
- Minimum Age: 18 yrs old
What Does The PADI Tec Gas Blender Course Involve:
- PADI Tec Gas Blender Manual
- PADI Gas Mix Calculator CD-Rom for use during the course and once you're qualified.
The Tec Gas Blender course includes three practical application sessions, but no dives. During independent study and instructor-led review, you learn:
About the advantages and disadvantages of different blending methodologies.
To blend Enriched Air and Trimix blends to within one percent of the target mix.
About the potential hazards related to handling oxygen, and how to manage those risks.
To demonstrate the steps for oxygen cleaning equipment, along with the requirements for oxygen service.
When can you start?